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1 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas

2 The Public The most unique combination of Cyber related elements outside the National Capital Region

3 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
San Antonio Strengths Existing and Expanding Cyber Missions IT/Defense Industrial Base Technology Research Institutions Strong Academic Community Available Infrastructure and Support Ready and Able Workforce Transportation/Access Military Bases/Resources Facilities and Infrastructure Communication/Bandwidth Capabilities Willing and Able Partners Existing vs. Expanding…existing seems static, “expanding or emerging” notes progress and growth Change to “Industrial Base”…commonly used term 3

4 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
S.A. Tops Many List Of Best Cities Investment - job growth, unemployment, home values, income, monthly expenses, climate Job growth - knowledge-based workers Milken’s “Best Performing City in America” # 7 Largest City in America Excellent Quality of Life 1.8M Population Outstanding Healthcare 928K Workforce Outstanding Climate - Free of Natural Disasters 56K - Science/Tech Component Growing Role in HLS/HLD 25K - IT Component Strong Academic Community Diverse Economy -- Biomedical, Finance, Manufacturing, Technology, Military, and Tourism Favorable Cost of Living Very Low Unemployment Affordable Housing Very Affordable Utilities Large, Historic, and Proud Military Presence Average House $180K Average IT Salary $60-65K Average Commute 20 Minutes Change the word “Long” to “historic”…more in line with intent of statement 4

5 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
IT Workforce ,000 SCI Cleared Personnel ,500 Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs) Texas San Antonio Area # IT Graduates Each Year Masters/PhDs Bachelors Associates/Certificates Readily Available Human Capital Security, Operations, Logistics, Communications, Plans and Programs, Requirements, Contracting and Acquisition The first bullet noting Human Capital was used during 24 AF decision. At that time it helped identify other supprot personnel at the bases. Since the focus is now IT, I suggest the first bullet and sub-bullet be moved to the last bullet. 5

6 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
Cyber City, USA – Existing Cyber Missions 24th Air Force – AF Cyber Command 688th Information Operations Wing – AF Information Operations Center of Excellence 67th Network Warfare Wing (AF Computer Emergency Response Team) NSA/CSS - Texas AF Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency Navy Information Operations Command Texas Defense Information Support Agency Mega Center Joint Reserve Information Operations/Intelligence Center Joint Information Operations Warfare Center Joint Electronic Warfare Center AF Cryptologic Systems Group (ESC) AF Electronic Warfare School (AETC) Investigating the use of AFCERT in the 67th…I believe it is used once again 6

7 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
Cyber City, USA - Corporate Presence (approx. 900 IT businesses) Large AT&T Presence – The Largest Telecommunications & Wireless Company in America Large Concentration of Data Centers (#2 in the nation) #2 in Information Assurance (second only to Washington, DC) San Antonio Defense Technology Cluster 81 + Defense/IT/Technology Contractors, including: Telcordia Federal IT Consulting Deloitte L3 Com TASC Boeing SAIC CSC Sierra Nevada Diligent SRC SRA ManTech SecureLogix AT&T Southwest Research Institute Lockheed Martin NCI Denim Group Rackspace Symantec Booz Allen Hamilton MacAulay Brown General Dynamics CACI Argonst ThreatGuard SecureInfo Digital Defense Dynetics HP Enterprise Services Accenture GlobalSCAPE Taurean Corp Future X CNF Technologies Webhead X Technologies Delta-Risk Camber Sirius Computer Solutions MainNerve Inc. Innove Fortinet Added the number of IT business in town as reported by Rich Butler in the latest Economic Impact Study 7

8 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
Cyber City, USA – Largest IT Presence (“Top 10”) Security Hill 24th Air Force – AF Cyber Command NSA/CSS - Texas AF Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency Rackspace USAA AT&T Valero CoSA/Bexar County IT University Health System Baptist Health System HEB Frost Bank UTSA Added the number of IT business in town as reported by Rich Butler in the latest Economic Impact Study 8

9 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
Education More than 134K Total College Enrollment Cyber Related Studies* University of Texas at San Antonio BS MS PhD Texas State University BS MS PhD (developing) St Mary’s University BS MS Our Lady of the Lake University BS MS Wayland Baptist University BS MS Trinity University BS University of the Incarnate Word BS Texas A&M University, San Antonio BBA/BAAS/BS MS (developing) Alamo Colleges San Antonio College AA AS AAS Palo Alto College AA AS AAS St Phillip’s College AA AS AAS Northwest Vista College AA AS AAS Northeast Lakeview College AA AS AAS Alamo Academies - Information Technology and Security Academy Holmes High School Southwest High School Harlandale High School Microsoft Academy Roosevelt High School Engineering and Technology Academy Lee High School STEM RAM Academy John Jay High School Science and Engineering Academy Sam Houston New Tech Academy Harmony Science Academy Memorial High School Toltech T-STEM Academy Milton B. Lee Academy of Science and Engineering * AA/BS/MS/PhD Computer Science/IT Changed “in the process” to “developing” Changed “Alamo Community Colleges District” to “Alamo Colleges” Deleted “Community” in Palo Alto 9

10 Cyber Innovation and Research Consortium
University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA)* Center for Education and Research in Information and Infrastructure Security (CERI²S) Institute for Cyber Security (ICS) Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security (CIAS) Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU)* Center for Information Assurance Management and Leadership (CIAML)* St Mary’s University, School of Law Center for Terrorism (“and Cyber”) Law (CTL) Texas A&M – San Antonio* Center for Information Technology and Cyber Security (CITCS) Trinity University Texas State University* pending University of Incarnate Word Alamo Colleges (5 campuses)* pending * Designated National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education

11 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
Texas Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education* Southern Methodist University University of Texas, Dallas University of Texas, San Antonio Our Lady of the Lake University Texas A&M – San Antonio Texas A&M University University of Dallas University of North Texas University of Houston University of Texas, El Paso Rice University Richland College (Dallas CCCD) St Phillips College 2012 San Antonio College 2013 Texas State University 2013 The goal of the program is to reduce vulnerability in our national information infrastructure by promoting higher education in information assurance (IA), and producing a growing number of professionals with IA expertise in various disciplines. NSA/CSS * Nationally Designated

12 2012 Priorities Priority 1: Community Priority 2: Academia
- Create an information security and cyber-aware public that practices security safe measures and supports the growth of San Antonio’s information and cyber capabilities Priority 2: Academia - Develop the necessary collaborative environment to ensure San Antonio education entities have the essential academic courses and programs to grow a talented information and cyber security workforce Priority 3: Government/Military - Support and enhance the ability of government and the military to provide for America’s cyber security Priority 4: Business Community - Establish an environment conducive to the growth of information technology, information assurance, and cyber security businesses and the development of advanced cyber security capabilities

13 Cyber City USA Successes
CyberCity, USA Website Cybersecurity Awareness Month Cyber Career Paths Cyber Innovation and Research Consortium Grants - 6 Grants - $20M CyberPatriot/Cyber Cup Cybersecurity Caucus Summit National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition Texas Cybersecurity, Education, and Economic Development Council CoSA Cyber Incident Management Cyber Business Retention, Recruiting, and Development

14 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
WSJ Sept 2011

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16 ITSA-SA CP IV SA Mayor’s Cup Winning Team
2012 National Champions!

17 National Championship Finalists! National Champions!
Boerne High School Smithson Valley High School Canyon High School San Marcos High School Information Technology Security Academy Bracken (1) Information Technology Security Academy Boerne Information Technology Security Academy New Braunfels (2) Information Technology Security Academy New Braunfels (2) Texas Military Institute San Antonio Christian Academy Seguin High School San Marcos CAP Squadron Madison High School Steele High School O’Connor High School Brandeis High School MacArthur High School Judson High School Taft High School (2) Lee High School STEM Academy Marshall High School (1) Roosevelt High School Engineering and Technology Academy Holmes High School (2) Stevens High School John Jay High School East Central High School (2) Information Technology Security Academy San Antonio (2) Medina Valley High School (1) New Life Christian Academy Highlands High School 50 CyberPatriot V Teams 12 in the Top 72! 6 in the Top 24! National Championship Finalists! National Champions! Lackland CAP Squadron Harlandale High School Microsoft Academy Southwest High School (4) 5 miles

18 Educational Cyber Security Pipeline
High School Jr./Sr or Graduate or lower division BS Assoc. Degree seeking Bachelor’s BS Degree seeking advanced Degree High School Junior/Senior Middle School Feeders CYBERSTAR Demo Ph.D. in Security Related Field High School Graduate with basic security training Assoc. Degree in Security Field BS Degree in Security Field MS Degree in Security Field “Workforce Development/Talent for the Cyber Domain” 18

19 Cyber City, USA San Antonio, Texas
Texas State University Information Technology Security Academy Boerne Information Technology Security Academy Bracken Information Technology Security Academy New Braunfels University of Texas at San Antonio Lee High School STEM Academy Roosevelt High School Engineering and Technology Academy Northwest Vista College Holmes High School St. Phillips College Nationally Designated Centers of Excellence NSA/DHS Our Lady of the Lake University Information Technology Security Academy San Antonio Nationally Designated Centers of Excellence DOD DC3 Harlandale High School Microsoft Academy High Schools w/IT Cyber/Cyber Security Curriculums Texas A&M at San Antonio Southwest High School John Jay High School Science and Engineering Academy Sam Houston New Tech Academy Harmony Science Academy Memorial High School Toltech T-STEM Academy Milton B. Lee Academy of Science and Engineering 5 miles

20 Way Ahead Cyber Education Business Retention, Recruitment, Development
Improve Brand Expand Curriculum Extend Pipeline Align Curriculum Create Hiring Network Business Retention, Recruitment, Development Align and integrate CoSA Dept of Economic Development, Economic Development Foundation, and STARTECH efforts Work w/College Centers for Entrepreneurs and Geekdom Add Mentors to the Process Community Cyber Incident Management Develop, Train, and Exercise Plan Integrate w/State and National Entities Become a Recognized Cyber Community Model for Others

21 I’m a San Antonio Cyber Patriot …how about you?

22 Greater SA Chamber of Commerce
Next Greater SA Chamber of Commerce IT Committee Meeting 14 Aug, 3:30PM, Valero /2190 The Public The most unique combination of Cyber related elements outside the National Capital Region Chris Cook,

23 Back-Up Slides Cyber City, USA 23

24 Cyber Workforce Education
Improve Brand NSA/DHS CAEIAE Designations DoD DC3 CAEDFE Designations Expand Curriculum in High Schools …in STEM Programs and elsewhere Reach down into Middle Schools Lee and Nimitz model Align Curriculum …w/biz needs Create hiring network

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26 Cyber City USA San Antonio, Texas
Associate Degrees and Certifications NW Vista Computer Forensics Computer Science Digital Gaming, Simulation and Cinematics for Artists Multimedia Specialists Programming & Visualization Systems Administration New Media Communications Music Technology San Antonio College Computer Science Computer Security Geographic Information Systems Network Administrator Geographic Information Science Network Routing Accounting Technology Computer Programming Computer Help Desk Specialist Cisco Administrator Database Specialist Cisco Routing Palo Alto Computer Information Systems Computer Science Information Systems Systems Advanced Web Program. Network Admin CISCO Network Technology Security Academy Network Administration Network Security Personal Computer Support Administrative Comp. Tech. St. Phillip’s Computer Science Network Administrator Network Security Administrator Biomedical Equip Technician Computer Maintenance Technician Computer Network Specialization E-Business Computer Support Specialist Web Developer Northeast Lakeview Computer Science Mathematics Physics Criminal Justice

27 Cyber Workforce Placement
Security Hill 24th AF AF ISR Agency NSA/CSS Texas Rackspace USAA AT&T Valero CoSA/Bexar County IT University Health System Baptist Health System HEB Frost Bank UTSA Others University of Texas at San Antonio Texas State University St Mary’s University Our Lady of the Lake University Wayland Baptist University Trinity University University of the Incarnate Word Texas A&M University, San Antonio Alamo Colleges San Antonio College Palo Alto College St Phillip’s College Northwest Vista College Northeast Lakeview College Alamo Academies - Information Technology and Security Academy Holmes High School Southwest High School Harlandale High School Microsoft Academy Roosevelt High School Engineering and Technology Academy Lee High School STEM RAM Academy John Jay High School Science and Engineering Academy Sam Houston New Tech Academy Harmony Science Academy Memorial High School Toltech T-STEM Academy Milton B. Lee Academy of Science and Engineering SACUCCA Monster.com IT-ology Bestica

28 S.A. higher ed partners offer $9,672 bachelor's degree
By Jennifer R. Lloyd Wednesday, March 7, 2012 Photo: Ralph Barrera, Austin American-Statesman / SA Gov. Perry challenged universities to craft a $10,000 bachelor’s degree, though not all in higher education were fans of the idea… Affordable degree • A bachelor's in information technology with an emphasis on information security. • Students in San Antonio, Judson and Comal independent school districts eligible to start in the fall. • Two years college-level work in high school, a year at Alamo Colleges and finish at A&M San Antonio. • Total cost: $9,672.

29 Cyber Biz Retention, Recruiting, and Growth
SAED EDF StarTech Mentors SAED EDF StarTech College Centers for Entrepreneurs Geekdom

30 LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 5
Initial LEVEL 2 Advanced LEVEL 3 Self-Assessed LEVEL 4 Integrated LEVEL 5 Vanguard Minimal cyber awareness Minimal cyber info sharing Minimal cyber assessments and policy & procedure evaluations Little inclusion of cyber into Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)‏ Leadership aware of cyber threats, issues and imperatives for cyber security and community cooperative cyber training Informal info sharing/ communication in community; working groups established; ad-hoc analysis, little fusion or metrics; professional orgs established or engaged No assessments, but aware of requirement; initial evaluation of policies & procedures Aware of need to integrate cyber security into COOP Leaders promote org security awareness; formal community cooperative training Formal local info sharing/cyber analysis. initial cyber-physical fusion; informal external info sharing/ cyber analysis and metrics gathering Autonomous tabletop cyber exercises with assessments of info sharing, policies & procedures, and fusion; routine audit program; mentor externals on policies & procedures, auditing and training Include cyber in COOP; formal cyber incident response/recovery Leaders and orgs promote awareness; citizens aware of cyber security issues Formal info sharing/ analysis, internal and external to community; formal local fusion and metrics, initial external efforts Autonomous cyber exercises with assessments of formal info sharing/local fusion; exercises involve live play/metrics assessments Integrate cyber in COOP; mentor externals on COOP integration; formal blended incident response and recovery Awareness a business imperative Fully integrated fusion /analysis center, combining all-source physical and cyber info; create and disseminate near real world picture Accomplish full-scale blended exercises and assess complete fusion capability; involve/ mentor other communities/entities Continue to integrate cyber in COOP; mentor externals on COOP integration; formal blended incident response and recovery Communities and organizations exhibit characteristics consistent with different levels of the model. A community could have characteristics in one component at level 2, in some other component at level 3, and some at level 1. A community is said to be at level “n” if all components are at or above level “n” (i.e., you are only as secure as your weakest link).

31 Cyber Incident Management
DHS USCYBERCOM TXDIR TXOEM SAOEM SA ITSD UTSA TXDIR TXOEM SAOEM SAITSD UTSA SAOEM SAITSD UTSA TNG INCIDENT MGT PLAN EXERCISE SAWS CPS Others

32 Cyber City, USA - Corporate Presence (approx. 900 IT businesses)
Telcordia Federal IT Consulting Deloitte L3 Com TASC Boeing SAIC CSC Sierra Nevada Diligent SRC SRA ManTech SecureLogix AT&T Southwest Research Institute Lockheed Martin NCI Denim Group Rackspace Symantec Booz Allen Hamilton MacAulay Brown General Dynamics CACI ArgonST ThreatGuard SecureInfo Digital Defense Dynetics HP Enterprise Services Accenture GlobalSCAPE Taurean Corp Future X CNF Technologies Webhead X Technologies Delta-Risk Camber Corp. Sirius Computer Solutions MainNerve Inc. Innove Fortinet Sigma Solutions Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. Sirius Computer Solutions AMER Technology, Inc. Catapult Systems DTSI LMI Northrop Grumman OpTech IPSecure Def-Logix Added the number of IT business in town as reported by Rich Butler in the latest Economic Impact Study 32


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